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My shy 14 year old daughter has been taking lessons with Arlys for several months. Arlys keeps my daughter focused with a sense of playfulness and fun. I have watched my daughter's singing confidence grow. I highly recommend Arlys for voice lessons.
We started with Jess about a month ago. This is my daughter's second piano teacher -- but the first time she's been SO excited to go (and practice!). Jess is great with kids and very knowledgeable. We started voice lessons as well another five star!
Amazing! So much more than any simple music lessons.
Priscilla gave me voice lessons a couple years ago. She was great. I loved how the exercises she gave me helped better my singing skills she also helped me Overcome my fear of big audiences with helpful advice. On top of that she is very knowledgeable in the field of music.
Andrew works with me to help improve the support for my voice and improve the quality of my sound. Our lessons are usually at the Christ the King Lutheran Church and last about a half hour. Andrew impresses me with his extensive knowledge of the workings of the voice and how he uses that knowledge to determine exercises that help enhance the sound. In the short amount of time spent with Andrew I feel more knowledgeable about my instrument which, in addition to the exercises, has brought my singing to a higher level than before I started the lessons. The techniques that I have learned from Andrew will stay with me for a lifetime as I continue to learn and improve.
Was quick to respond. Grand daughter is excited to continue with voice lessons.
My girls really enjoy their piano and voice lessons with Alta. She is always on time, pleasant and prepared. She is also flexible in meeting the changing needs of my daughters. I highly recommend her as an instructor.
I have liked to sing for decades. I recently started working with Angela for my first voice lessons. She obviously is knowledgeable about the anatomy of voice production. She is working first to give me the understanding of what goes into a quality voice that people want to listen to, by instruction, exercises and personal feedback from her. This is just what I'm looking for in a teacher.
Our daughter had private voice lessons with Sue for a couple of years. Although she just graduated from a performing arts high school where she had an excellent experience, she really 'found her voice' with Sue. She was given a challenging and varied repertoire, had many performance opportunities, and received much positive encouragement and guidance. She was a wonderful coach and gave our daughter some much-needed self-confidence, both on and off stage!
I take weekly voice lessons from Cassandra, and she is absolutely amazing. She is knowledgable about the body, voice, singing, and performing, and explains things in a way that is clear, concise, and effective. She picks out appropriate pieces for me to work on but is always looking for my input on selections. I have been taking lessons with for less than a year but already feel that I have grown tremendously as a singer, both technically and stylistically. I have never had any problems/concerns with lessons, logistically or otherwise. Cassandra is always on time and prepared for lessons, and brings with her much enthusiasm and energy. She goes above and beyond as a teacher and a mentor, and I am thrilled to be working with her!
My 12-year old son took guitar lessons from Rachel last summer. She was recommended to me by a friend. He had already had about 3 years of guitar with another teacher. As a parent I liked: how she set the schedule up, the price, her willingness to be flexible with scheduling conflicts, and her balance of playfulness/teaching with lessons. My son liked: the bead system to reinforce practicing, learning chords vs. strumming method, having input into music choice, and comfort of the lesson location. I do not know Rachel well personally, but I was impressed with how organized she was. You can tell she loves music and she is good with children.
Great vocal coach! She makes you feel very comfortable and can help you come in to your own singing voice. I highly recommend her, especially for rock vocals.
Melissa really connected with my needs and goals, and I got a lot out of my first lesson. I look forward to many more!
Cecile is a caring, dynamic voice teacher who tailors her teaching focus and lessons very well to the individual needs of students. She uses a variety of exercises and techniques, and is very good at helping students discover and polish their voices!
I have know Jon for many years and he's a great friend. Now I have to be professional and give my opinion: I honestly didn't know what to expect when I came to his recital in December. I showed up and immediately was impressed by the range of students he had. After the recital, he convinced me to take him up on a free lesson then he got me hooked on. His has so much knowledge from his years in college, learning from other voice teachers, musical theater, etc. and he knows how to keep your voice in a comfortable range and then get you to the next level that you never thought you could reach. I was a baritone for awhile and now I'm getting close to second tenor because of the lessons and advice he has given me. He is very professional and will always be there to help you and never make you feel put down. As long as you give it your all, you've already earned his respect. I'm a proud student of Millennial Studio and I recommend anyone who loves to sing or learn more about music to go to this studio and learn from one of the best in Central Wisconsin
While in college I was fortunate enough to study in a voice studio that comprised of older and professional singers (typically between age 25-30). The amount of efficient and clear information I received about solid vocal technique, musical artistry, and commitment to performance was something that you don't find in most voice studios. Many times, my voice lessons would have multiple older singers listening and giving constructive criticism when needed. I owe a lot of what I know to the many fine singers and teachers in this voice studio. Dr. Robert Harrison's studio policy was, "If my door is unlocked, come on in and have a listen!". About 4-5 hours per week, I sat in on my peer's voice lessons and listened to him teach a diverse range of voice types. Listening and watching him teach gave me the opportunity to connect the dots to my own singing, while also giving me the strength and courage to speak up when I thought I had solid advice to give. These experiences have prepared me to help transform your sound and performance!
Christina Adamoli is an active musician in the Twin Cities, with interests ranging from Bluegrass to Opera Theatre. Christina has taught music in group settings since 2013, where she led an introduction to music workshop for adults with developmental disabilities through To The Rescue in Parker, Colorado. As part of a summer workshop program in 2015, she directed opera scenes, coached singers, and led musical rehearsals for students of Greenwood Music Studio. Christina has studied German Lieder and Scandinavian Art Song extensively, and is currently preparing a lecture-recital for the spring of 2018 on the life and music of the female Norwegian composer, Agathe Backer-Grøndahl. Christina works with students to find vocal freedom and a balanced production. In her personal experience, the most effective teaching guides have been adaptable to their student’s learning needs. Lessons are tailored to the individual’s vocal development and focus on ear-training, theory, basic piano skills, breath, alignment, diction, expression, and more. A solid foundation in classical technique will allow the student to traverse any genre of musical expression.
Have you always wanted to sing or play the harp? Katie McMahon, former Riverdance singer and harpist, teaches beginning and intermediate harp and voice in Minneapolis, MN.
I teach private music lessons in your home. Lessons are weekly during the school year and can last anywhere from 30 to 60 minutes. It all depends on your abilities, age, and schedule. I have a BA in music performance and MA in education and have performed on and off the stage throughout the US and portions of Europe. I have been teaching and coaching in the West Metro for 14 years.
I serve both adults and children and teach piano and voice and acting lessons. I specialize in preparing students to audition for choirs or theater productions. I especially love teaching piano to older adults. I have been an actor and a singer, singing with the Minnesota Opera Company for many years.
I have attended Berklee College in Boston and toured and played with many of the most famous musicians in the last 20 years as ell as sold a couple hundred thousand of my own CD